Alternatives to Festival for all platforms with any license

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  • eSpeak icon

    eSpeak

    eSpeak is a compact open source software speech synthesizer for English and other languages, for Linux and Windows. eSpeak uses a "formant synthesis" method. This allows many languages to be provided in a small size. The...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    Gespeaker

    Gespeaker is a GTK+ frontend for espeak. It allows to play a text in many languages with settings for voice, pitch, volume, speed and word gap. The text played can also be recorded to WAV file. Since version 0.6 it supports mbrola...

    Open Source Linux

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  • svox pico engine icon

    svox pico engine

    A backend for gSpeech, also usable in media players. The technology has been purchased by a German company for use in BMW automobiles for text to speech, as well. It is also used for GooglePlay. The open source libraries are still...

    Open Source Linux Android BSD

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  • ReadSpeaker icon

    ReadSpeaker

    Online Text to Speech by ReadSpeaker. Speech-enable web sites, mobile apps, online documents and forms so that your visitors can listen to your content.

    Commercial Web / Cloud Android iPhone Blackberry iPad

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  • Fala icon

    Fala

    Fala - A simple text reader is an open source application. A simple software that speaks a text. You can type the text or appoint a file. Fala is just a frontend to festival. Its designed for GNOME, but if you have gtk, pyhton and...

    Open Source Linux

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  • NeoSpeech icon

    NeoSpeech

    Experience our world-class, natural-sounding, text-to-speech (TTS) software programs today. Empower your applications with advanced TTS software using VoiceTextTM. Robotic voices are now history!

    Commercial Windows Linux Android iPhone

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  • The MBROLA Project

    The aim of the MBROLA project, initiated by the TCTS Lab of the Faculté Polytechnique de Mons (Belgium), is to obtain a set of speech synthesizers for as many languages as possible, and provide them free for non-commercial...

    Free Windows Linux

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  • KMouth icon

    KMouth

    KMouth is a KDE program which enables persons that cannot speak to let their computer speak, e.g. mutal people or people who have lost their voice. Currently KMouth has an input field into which the user can type the phrases he...

    Open Source Linux

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